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SWSA AGM at Bunbury United Clubrooms

Please be advised that the SWSA AGM will be held at the Bunbury United Clubrooms on Monday 11th December, 2017 starting at 7pm.

Positions vacant:

  • SWSA Secretary
  • SWSA Vice President
  • Ordinary Committee member.

Nominations need to be received 28 days prior to the AGM

Please advise your club members of the above information asap

Busselton City FC Seek Coaching Staff

Do you love football (soccer)? Are you competitive? Do you have great leadership qualities? Busselton City FC are seeking knowledgeable, passionate coaches for the 2018 season;

  • Mens Premier League
  • Mens Reserves
  • Mens Division One (Youth)
  • Ladies Premier League
  • Ladies Reserves
  • Mens Veterans

We are committed to developing and advancing young players within our club. All positions are remunerated and involve running 2 training nights per week as well as managing Sunday games.

If you thrive on success both on and off the pitch, email your expression of interest to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Submission close Friday 24th November 2017

SWSA Annual Presentation Evening

The South West Soccer Association night of nights, the 2017 Annual Presentation Evening takes place on Saturday the 7th October at the Sanctuary Resort Bunbury. A Hot Buffett will be served. Doors open at 6:30pm, seated for 7:00pm. Dress is SEMI FORMAL. RSPP by 26th September to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Busselton Go On The Attack But Unfortunate Not To Capitalise

CMI Busselton City coach Tristen Carroll is a firm believer that "if you don't take your chances, you don't deserve to win" and this was certainly the case when his side met Bunbury Dynamos on Sunday.

A win over Dynamos would have been a big step in the right direction for the locals as these two sides meet again in  the South West Cup final next month.

The game started positively with both sides prepared to play the ball out from defensive situations.But in the end it was a frustrating afternoon for Busselton City  who dominated play for long periods but were unable to find the back of the net.

At  0-0 with 5 minutes to play, Busselton  were throwing everything at Dynamos in search of the deciding goal with Corbyn Wilson and Mike Newell going close to scoring.

However it was Dynamos who hit on the counter attack with midfielder Jack Menzies lashing home a 20 metre drive which flew past Busselton keeper Jesse Gunnis to give his side the three points.

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